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Proceedings of the 2008 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications

Fullname:Proceedings of the 2008 Symposium Eye Tracking Research & Applications
Editors:Kari-Jouko Räihä; Andrew T. Duchowski
Location:Savannah, Georgia, USA
Dates:2008-Mar-26 to 2008-Mar-28
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-59593-982-2, 978-1-59593-982-1; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: ETRA08
Papers:51
Pages:285
Links:Conference Series Home Page
  1. Keynote abstract
  2. Eye typing
  3. Late breaking results: oral presentations
  4. Late breaking results: poster presentations
  5. Looking at faces, chess boards, and maps
  6. Advances in eye tracking technology
  7. Gaze interfaces
  8. Prediction, bias, estimation
  9. Calibration

Keynote abstract

On the ease and efficiency of human-computer interfaces BIBAFull-Text 9-10
  Shumin Zhai

Eye typing

Longitudinal evaluation of discrete consecutive gaze gestures for text entry BIBAKFull-Text 11-18
  Jacob O. Wobbrock; James Rubinstein; Michael W. Sawyer; Andrew T. Duchowski
Now Dasher! Dash away!: longitudinal study of fast text entry by Eye Gaze BIBAKFull-Text 19-26
  Outi Tuisku; Päivi Majaranta; Poika Isokoski; Kari-Jouko Räihä
Eye-S: a full-screen input modality for pure eye-based communication BIBAKFull-Text 27-34
  Marco Porta; Matteo Turina

Late breaking results: oral presentations

Measurement of eye velocity using active illumination BIBAKFull-Text 35-38
  Jeffrey B. Mulligan
A method to study visual attention aspects of collaboration: eye-tracking pair programmers simultaneously BIBAKFull-Text 39-42
  Sami Pietinen; Roman Bednarik; Tatiana Glotova; Vesa Tenhunen; Markku Tukiainen
Testing for statistically significant differences between groups of scan patterns BIBAKFull-Text 43-46
  Matt Feusner; Brian Lukoff
Improving hands-free menu selection using eyegaze glances and fixations BIBAKFull-Text 47-50
  Geoffrey Tien; M. Stella Atkins
Gazing with pEYEs: towards a universal input for various applications BIBAKFull-Text 51-54
  Anke Huckauf; Mario H. Urbina
Eye typing using word and letter prediction and a fixation algorithm BIBAKFull-Text 55-58
  I. Scott MacKenzie; Xuang Zhang

Late breaking results: poster presentations

3D point-of-gaze estimation on a volumetric display BIBAFull-Text 59
  Craig Hennessey; Peter Lawrence
Limbus/pupil switching for wearable eye tracking under variable lighting conditions BIBAKFull-Text 61-64
  Wayne J. Ryan; Andrew T. Duchowski; Stan T. Birchfield
Improving the accuracy of gaze input for interaction BIBAKFull-Text 65-68
  Manu Kumar; Jeff Klingner; Rohan Puranik; Terry Winograd; Andreas Paepcke
Measuring the task-evoked pupillary response with a remote eye tracker BIBAKFull-Text 69-72
  Jeff Klingner; Rakshit Kumar; Pat Hanrahan
Estimation of certainty for multiple choice tasks using features of eye-movements BIBAKFull-Text 73-76
  Minoru Nakayama; Yosiyuki Takahasi
Assessing usability with eye-movement frequency analysis BIBAFull-Text 77
  Minoru Nakayama; Makoto Katsukura
Integrated speech and gaze control for realistic desktop environments BIBAKFull-Text 79-82
  Emiliano Castellina; Fulvio Corno; Paolo Pellegrino
Comparing behavioural and self-report measures of engagement with an embodied conversational agent: a first report on eye tracking in Second Life BIBAKFull-Text 83-85
  Sara Dalzel-Job; Craig Nicol; Jon Oberlander
A head-mounted sensor-based eye tracking device: eye touch system BIBAKFull-Text 87-90
  Cihan Topal; Ömer Nezih Gerek; A Atakan Doǧan
Evaluating requirements for gaze-based interaction in a see-through head mounted display BIBAKFull-Text 91-94
  Sven-Thomas Graupner; Michael Heubner; Sebastian Pannasch; Boris M. Velichkovsky
One-point calibration gaze tracking based on eyeball kinematics using stereo cameras BIBAKFull-Text 95-98
  Takashi Nagamatsu; Junzo Kamahara; Takumi Iko; Naoki Tanaka
Temporal eye-tracking data: evolution of debugging strategies with multiple representations BIBAFull-Text 99-102
  Roman Bednarik; Markku Tukiainen
EyeSecret: an inexpensive but high performance auto-calibration eye tracker BIBAKFull-Text 103-106
  Zhang Yun; Zhao Xin-Bo; Zhao Rong-Chun; Zhou Yuan; Zou Xiao-Chun
KiEV: a tool for visualization of reading and writing processes in translation of text BIBAKFull-Text 107-110
  Oleg Spakov; Kari-Jouko Räihä
The incomplete fixation measure BIBAKFull-Text 111-114
  Frederick Shic; Brian Scassellati; Katarzyna Chawarska
Voluntary pupil size change as control in eyes only interaction BIBAKFull-Text 115-118
  Inger Ekman; Antti Poikola; Meeri Mäkäräinen; Tapio Takala; Perttu Hämäläinen
Contact-analog information representation in an automotive head-up display BIBAKFull-Text 119-122
  T. Poitschke; M. Ablassmeier; G. Rigoll; S. Bardins; S. Kohlbecher; E. Schneider
Effects of time pressure and text complexity on translators' fixations BIBAKFull-Text 123-126
  Selina Sharmin; Oleg Spakov; Kari-Jouko Räihä; Arnt Lykke Jakobsen
Real-time simulation of visual defects with gaze-contingent display BIBAKFull-Text 127-130
  Margarita Vinnikov; Robert S. Allison; Dominik Swierad
Comparison of eye movements in searching for easy-to-find and hard-to-find information in a hierarchically organized information structure BIBAKFull-Text 131-134
  Yoshiko Habuchi; Muneo Kitajima; Haruhiko Takeuchi
Calibration-free eye tracking by reconstruction of the pupil ellipse in 3D space BIBAKFull-Text 135-138
  Stefan Kohlbecher; Stanislavs Bardinst; Klaus Bartl; Erich Schneider; Tony Poitschke; Markus Ablassmeier
Spatialchromatic foveation for gaze contingent displays BIBAKFull-Text 139-142
  Sheng Liu; Hong Hua
Using semantic content as cues for better scanpath prediction BIBAKFull-Text 143-146
  Moran Cerf; E. Paxon Frady; Christof Koch
Eye2i: coordinated multiple views for gaze data BIBAKFull-Text 147
  Harri Rantala
GInX: gaze based interface extensions BIBAKFull-Text 149-152
  Thiago S. Barcelos; Carlos H. Morimoto
An online noise filter for eye-tracker data recorded in a virtual environment BIBAKFull-Text 153-156
  Sylvain Chartier; Patrice Renaud

Looking at faces, chess boards, and maps

Cross-race recognition deficit and visual attention: do they all look (at faces) alike? BIBAKFull-Text 157-164
  Sheree Josephson; Michael E. Holmes
The visual span of chess players BIBAKFull-Text 165-171
  P. J. Blignaut; T. R. Beelders; C-Y. So
Deixis and gaze in collaborative work at a distance (over a shared map): a computational model to detect misunderstandings BIBAKFull-Text 173-180
  Mauro Cherubini; Marc-Antoine Nüssli; Pierre Dillenbourg

Advances in eye tracking technology

3D point-of-regard, position and head orientation from a portable monocular video-based eye tracker BIBAKFull-Text 181-188
  Susan M. Munn; Jeff B. Pelz
A robust 3D eye gaze tracking system using noise reduction BIBAKFull-Text 189-196
  Jixu Chen; Yan Tong; Wayne Gray; Qiang Ji
A new "wireless" search-coil system BIBAKFull-Text 197-204
  Dale Roberts; Mark Shelhamer; Aaron Wong

Gaze interfaces

Noise tolerant selection by gaze-controlled pan and zoom in 3D BIBAKFull-Text 205-212
  Dan Witzner Hansen; Henrik H. T. Skovsgaard; John Paulin Hansen; Emilie Møllenbach
Looking my way through the menu: the impact of menu design and multimodal input on gaze-based menu selection BIBAKFull-Text 213-220
  Yvonne Kammerer; Katharina Scheiter; Wolfgang Beinhauer
Snap clutch, a moded approach to solving the Midas touch problem BIBAKFull-Text 221-228
  Howell Istance; Richard Bates; Aulikki Hyrskykari; Stephen Vickers

Prediction, bias, estimation

Eye movement prediction by Kalman filter with integrated linear horizontal oculomotor plant mechanical model BIBAKFull-Text 229-236
  Oleg V. Komogortsev; Javed I. Khan
Analysis of subject-dependent point-of-gaze estimation bias in the cross-ratios method BIBAKFull-Text 237-244
  Elias D. Guestrin; Moshe Eizenman; Jeffrey J. Kang; Erez Eizenman
Remote gaze estimation with a single camera based on facial-feature tracking without special calibration actions BIBAKFull-Text 245-250
  Hirotake Yamazoe; Akira Utsumi; Tomoko Yonezawa; Shinji Abe

Calibration

A software framework for simulating eye trackers BIBAKFull-Text 251-258
  Martin Böhme; Michael Dorr; Mathis Graw; Thomas Martinetz; Erhardt Barth
Taxonomic study of polynomial regressions applied to the calibration of video-oculographic systems BIBAKFull-Text 259-266
  Juan J. Cerrolaza; Arantxa Villanueva; Rafael Cabeza
Remote point-of-gaze estimation requiring a single-point calibration for applications with infants BIBAKFull-Text 267-274
  Elias Daniel Guestrin; Moshe Eizenman